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The Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary ( Russian : Энциклопедический словарь Брокгауза и Ефрона) (35 volumes, small; 86 volumes, large) is, in its scope and style, the Russian counterpart to the 1911 Britannica . It contains 121,240 articles

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irregularities and fell into disgrace, as many other dignitaries of the previous reign did. Statue of Ivan Neplyuyev in Troitsk, Chelyabinsk Oblast . In 1742 Neplyuev gained pardon and was sent to govern the Orenburg krai . During sixteen years of his governance, the city of Orenburg

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Pistsovye Knigi or land cadasters compiled by Muscovite officials beginning in the 1490s) until Ivan III's confiscations of land in the 1470s and 80s. It was probably to defend her wealth that she opposed the Muscovite grand princes who had sought to take over Novgorodian estates going back

Russo-Swedish War (1554–1557) print that page

References [ edit ] Prelude The relation between Sweden and Russia was not the best. Ivan IV of Russia did not consider the Swedish king Gustav I his equal and refused to negotiate with Swedish ambassadors in person. [ 1 ] Ivan made the king's ambassadors confer with a governor | 2011/8/14 2:42:00

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invalid eldest surviving son of Maria Miloslavskaya ", [ 7 ] became the Tsar of Russia. [ 7 ] Ivan Miloslavsky , Feodor's uncle, returned to Moscow from virtual exile as Governor of Astrakhan to become Chief Minister. His family had not been in power for some time as a result of Tsar Alexis

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Художник , 1987, N 12. This article incorporates material from the public domain 1906 Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary . Categories : Wikipedia articles incorporating text from Brockhaus Efron | Russian painters | Russian artists | 1848 births | 1919 deaths Hidden

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them with voyevodas and namestniks . The tysyatsky in Novgorod was abolished when Grand Prince Ivan III conquered the city in 1478. It was abolished in Pskov in 1510 when Vasilii III took that city. [ edit ] References ^ See Valentin Ianin, Novgorodskie Posadniki (Moscow: Iazyki russkoi | 2010/9/26 1:37:45

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years later the magazine fell into decline, and Pletnyov handed it over to Nikolay Nekrasov and Ivan Panayev in 1847. It was Nekrasov who really made the magazine profitable. He enlisted the services of Ivan Turgenev , Ivan Goncharov , Alexander Herzen , and Nikolai Ogaryov . The Sovremennik

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the Theory of Taxation (1818) and Russia and the Russians (1847). A relative of the novelist Ivan Turgenev , Nikolay co-founded several reformist societies, notably the Northern Society of the Decembrists . Being abroad during the fateful Rebellion of 1825, he chose never to return to his

Russo-Swedish War (1495–1497) print that page


The Russo-Swedish War of 1495–1497 was a result of an alliance between Ivan III of Russia and Hans of Denmark , who was waging war against the Sture family of Sweden in the hope of regaining the Swedish throne. It is believed that Hans promised to concede some stretches of Finnish lands